The Master of Public Health is a qualification that prepares people for a career in population health. Trainees complete this qualification part-time while working full-time in the NSW health system. Their study is funded by the NSW Ministry of Health.

Master of Public Health at NSW universities

APHTI trainees choose the university where they would like to study with the help of their workplace. This decision involves considering family and community, how much flexibility and support is needed, existing qualifications, and previous experience.

In NSW, Master of Public Health programs are offered by:

Further information about choosing an academic program can be found on the website of each university. The APHTI coordinators at the Ministry and hosting NSW health service can assist with this process. ​​​

Page Updated: Wednesday 19 July 2017